Teeth Veneers

Dental veneers are traditional tooth shells made of clay that, when placed over the tooth’s shell, can conceal damaged tooth enamel, irregular tooth placement, spacing, chips, and breaks with little to no anaesthesia. Veneers are sometimes used as an alternative to crowns since they do not require the dentist to remove most of the tooth itself. Dental veneers will help you achieve a bright white smile with properly balanced natural teeth. Dental veneers typically cost about $700 per tooth across the world.Kindly visit North Miami dental implants to find more information.

Veneers are required when the following conditions exist:

A complex “white filling” could solve these minor issues both functionally and cosmetically. When a complex resin material is attached to the tooth, it fills in the damage or crack while also improving the protection of the surrounding tooth structure. Dental veneers can be recommended as a more appropriate alternative for more severe cases of tedium, discoloration, wear, cracking, moderate chipping, spacing, or uneven teeth.

  1. Damaged enamel: the thin, firm white coating that covers your teeth (enamel) can become worn, numbed, and darkened over time. This wear and discoloration may be normal or the product of a genetic predisposition; however, it is often the result of your daily habits (e.g., soft drink, tea, or coffee consumption, drug usage, smoking, and so on).
  2. Normal Wear and Tear: Teeth naturally deteriorate as people age. Cracks, chips, and a generally irregular appearance are more likely in older teeth.
  3. Genetics: Some people are born with irregular spacing between their teeth, which widens as they get older.
  4. Uneven teeth: Tooth grinding or normal wear and tear can cause uneven teeth.

Veneers are affixed to the teeth in the following way:

Teeth are prepared for veneers by buffing them uniformly to allow for the veneer’s added width. The teeth are selected for their appearance, after which the veneers are moulded. Temporary veneers can be found and used before the permanent veneers are ready. When putting on the temporary veneers, tell your cosmetic dentist if you want any adjustments or modifications, such as in shape or scale. These changes will be incorporated into your permanent veneers, so good communication between you and your dentist is crucial to achieving your new smile. Your dentist places the veneers on the teeth with water or glycerol to ensure a perfect fit and colour match.

Contact Info

Fain Dental Arts of North Miami: Sylvan Fain DDS
11645 Biscayne Blvd, Suite 407, North Miami, FL 33181